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Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Common Redshank - Tringa totanus

This bird was injured and there was fly any more, so, brought up very kindness by Slimbridge WWT, Gloucestershire, GB.














29 comments:

  1. I hope he lives long.
    Nice series of photos Bob.

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  2. A happy ending perhaps. Do we know if the injuries are of the kind that will heal or will respond to treatment?

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    1. I think that it is injuries it too bad, but, at least to last of life David.

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    1. Curiosas sus patas tan naranjas.
      Un abrazo.

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  4. A lucky bird! A beautiful bird.

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  5. Espero que se recupere y se salve, es precioso.

    Saludos.

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  6. Hola Bob,buenas tomas,espero se recupere y sea poca cosa.Un saludo.

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  7. Hello, They are so pretty, I love their bright colored legs. I hope it lives a long happy life. Great photos. Wishing you a happy day!

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  8. Hi Bob!!! Nice pictures and bird.. Congrats

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  9. Buenas fotos de la agachadiza, aunque tiene un aspecto un poco triste.
    Un abrazo,

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  10. Hi Bob,
    Beautiful images of this Common Redshank. He has a beautiful wedding ring ;-)
    Happy weekend ahead!
    Best wishes,
    Maria

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    1. Ha ha ha, so you loved wedding ring, ha ha Maria.

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  11. I hope it recovers. It looks so pretty and delicate.

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  12. hope, this cute bird getting better

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  13. Haces una fotos preciosas. Un beso.

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  14. He is beautiful ... hopefully heal.

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  15. Hi Bob. I'm sorry to hear that this handsome bird has a disabling injury, but at least you have made him a star with your photos! My very best wishes to you and the Redshank - - - Richard

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    1. Thanks Richard, yes, at least he/she will be alright.

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  16. Hi Bob, I hope the bird will cure. I see he is ringed. Have a nice weekend. Greetings Caroline

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  17. Nicely photographed Bob.
    Greetings Tinie

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  18. Bob is the real God of Birds.
    Bob can fly like his birds using the unexpectable power of his humanism.
    My friend Bob, this post is more than my poems.

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  19. They do such good work, places like your WWF...thank you for sharing this beauty and telling us about these good people.

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